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NTUC FairPrice’s ‘no plastic bag’ initiative to be extended to 25 stores islandwide for a year

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2 hours ago, yishunite said:

Sure but it will silently transfer cost of clean rubbish disposal back to consumer who have to buy bin bags... (supermarkets will save money but they sure wont transfer the saving to us) i personally dun mind but will all my neighbors do it on the day all their plastic bag run out? 

Personally when I first move into my flat i think some ppl either kuku or got new maid or something and they throw raw food into the common chute. Stunk like shit for weeks and i pity the house living right next to the chute. From nice clean brand new chute to one i hold my nose and quickly run away from in days. I not looking forward to the day bags get banned cos i am sure this will happen within weeks as everyone plastic bag run out and they only left the reusable kind that no one want to throw waste in

Tell me about it. I just moved in and the chute is new and no stench until somebody threw bio waste without bag into the chute. I can spot fish scales and it's internal organ.

The chute was infested with houseflies and stink for a while until it was all dried up.

 

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1 hour ago, Beanoyip said:

Still got those clear plastic bags to put your veg/fruits kind? Can use those to throw your rubbish in

Maybe next time supermarket might curb on those clear plastic bags. You can always see people taking lots of them and put inside their own bag.. [rolleyes]

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15 minutes ago, Gizmore said:

Tell me about it. I just moved in and the chute is new and no stench until somebody threw bio waste without bag into the chute. I can spot fish scales and it's internal organ.

The chute was infested with houseflies and stink for a while until it was all dried up.

 

Best is to build those chute inside the house like last time. Then people would not anyhow throw their rubbish inside the chute since it would indirectly dirty their own house, if the chute is infested with houseflies, roaches and stink.

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Next time you buy toilet and paper rolls, they no longer come in plastic bag.

You have to bring your own or get charged or try to carry 10 rolls with your 2 hands.

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